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Construction Quality Engineer - Entry Level
Summary
Title:Construction Quality Engineer - Entry Level
ID:1341
Graycor Company:Graycor Services
Location:Chicago, IL (Oakbrook Terrace)
Job Function:Quality
Description

As a Quality Engineer at Graycor, you will be responsible for the implementation of the Graycor quality systems at small localized groups of similar projects or large single projects with formal quality plans.

 

Reports to the Director, Quality

 

AS A QUALITY ENGINEER, YOU WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO

 

  • Coordinate quality activities with the Project Manager and/or Project Superintendent to assure effective implementation of the quality program in effect for the project(s);

  • Implement the project quality program as appropriate;

  • Administer welding performance qualification testing, document tests, and coordinate with any appropriate governing bodies;

  • Inspect the workplace for compliance to quality standards, procedures and specifications;

  • Control inspection equipment;

  • Perform test and inspection equipment calibrations;

  • Log and/or record data;

  • Evaluate analytical data and prepare analytical reports for supervision/management;

  • Collect nonconformity data;

  • Analyses nonconformity data and prepare trend reports for quality improvement;

  • Prepare daily/weekly reports;

  • Ensure documentation is compiled and completed for turnover;

  • Perform site specific program tasks;

  • Prepare and conduct quality orientation and training;

  • Establish and maintain quality and related documentation in support of the implemented program;

  • Locally coordinate quality activities with the Authorized Inspection Agency and the Owner.

  • Monitor subcontractor quality on multi-employer projects when part of the project quality program;

  • Maintain close coordination and communication with the Director, Quality;

  • Prepare reports, technical documents, procedures and tests as directed by the Director, Quality, and;

  • May work solely on small projects under the direction of project supervision and perform other duties, as assigned.

 


TO BE A SUCCESSFUL IN THIS ROLE, YOU WILL NEED:

  • Associate’s degree in a technical discipline with a minimum of three year’s industrial construction inspection or related experience, or;

  • 0-3 years of industrial construction inspection or related experience;

  • Be willing to travel or relocate to the project site for the duration of the project which typical range between 18 and 24 months.

  • Strong computer skills (MS Outlook, Word, Excel); strong report writing skills required.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills required;

  • Ability to facilitate training sessions or meetings with a large group of craft and staff employees.

  • Effective interpersonal skills and the ability to influence and interact with client representatives, project managers, and superintendents required.

  • Ability to analyze complex problem, evaluate alternatives, and make creative recommendations.

  • Strong attention to detail, organization skills and the ability manage multiple, competing priorities.

     

     

     

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